The Rowland Ward Foundation conserves wildlife by helping people.
When communities that live with wildlife benefit from it, they help protect it.
A hunter celebrates his birthday with a very special ibex hunt.
His experience is enriched by the vibrant culture of a high mountain village.
Hunting the little-known Gould’s turkey in northern Mexico.
It’s one of the most beautiful of all turkey subspecies.
Funding and support from hunters is crucial to rhino conservation.
A glimpse into the important and dangerous work of safeguarding these magnificent animals.
…and other cautionary tales of ballot-box biology.
Wildlife management and hunting are undermined by emotional campaigns.
Two schools of thought in the world of taxonomy (and record books).
The number of subspecies of a given animal depends on which source you believe.
The hunting community extends a helping hand to a unique creature.
The pangolin is one of the world’s most trafficked animals.
A hunt in Wyoming with a first-time antelope hunter.
Helping to pass on the hunting tradition makes the experience even better.
Martha Maxwell was America’s first female taxidermist.
She was also a big-game hunter and expert naturalist.